(c) A copy of any current agreement or contract between the applicant or licensee,
agency, person, or organization that provides or proposes to provide funding, care,
treatment, or supplemental services as described in the home's program statement.
(d) A current floor plan of each level and basement of the entire structure,
including the interior layout of foster care areas and room descriptions and specifics as
to use, the number of beds, and the dimensions of floor space.
(e) A current financial statement and a proposed biennial budget.
(f) Verification of the lease, ownership, or right to occupy arrangements.
(g) Current articles of incorporation, a letter of authorization from the board of
directors that designates the individual who is authorized to act on behalf of the
corporation on licensing matters, a current list of the corporate directors,
applicable, and a certificate of incorporation.
(h) A current credit history for noncorporate applicants.
(2) A license fee shall accompany an original license application and a license
renewal application. This fee is nonrefundable.
(3) The failure of an applicant or licensee to cooperate with the department in
connection with an inspection or investigation shall be grounds for denying,
suspending, revoking, or refusing to renew a license.
(4) The current license, whether regular, provisional, or temporary, shall be
posted in the home and shall be available for public inspection.
(5) An applicant or licensee shall give written notice to the department of any
changes in information that was previously submitted in or with an application for a
license, including any changes in the household and in personnel-related information,
within 5 business days after the change occurs.
History: 1994 AACS.
R 400.15104 Licensee and applicant rights.
Rule 104. (1) A licensee or an applicant shall have the right to be treated with
courtesy, dignity, and fairness by the adult foster care licensing division staff of the
department and shall not be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, color,
national origin, sex, age, handicap, height, weight, or marital status.
(2) The department shall provide a licensee or an applicant with written notice
regarding appeal rights as provided by Act No. 306 of the Public Acts of 1969, as
amended, being S24.201 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and the act when there
is official notification of the intent to take an adverse action against an applicant or a
(3) A licensee or an applicant shall be informed of, and shall have the right to bring
to the attention of the supervisor of the licensing representative, any alleged
misapplication of enforcement of regulations by a licensing representative or any
substantial differences of opinion as may occur between the licensee or the applicant
and any licensing representative concerning the proper application of the act or these
rules. A meeting with the supervisor shall be afforded upon request. This subrule
notwithstanding, the licensee or the applicant may contact any other official of the
department regarding issues relating to the licensing activities of the department. Any